Board member of Hearts of Oak, Frank Nelson, believes the Phobians will not be affected by playing in an empty stadium in their Premier League encounter with Hasaacas.
The Phobians begin their two home empty stadium ban on Wednesday as they host Sekondi side and Nelson is hoping the team can win to make their fas who have been an integral part of their success this season happy.
“It will be a difficult situation for the team but we will still win to make our supporters happy,” he told Asempa FM.
“Hasaacas can be a dangerous side but we know we have to win to make our suspended fans happy."
“We know the fans are doing a lot to help the club in this difficult moment so the only thing we can also do for them is to win the game.”
"Hearts begin this matchday as league leaders one point ahead of Wa All Stars."
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